The Kent, Surrey and Sussex CRC transferred ownership from the Ministry of Justice to Seetec Group on 1 February, 2015.
Seetec was founded in 1984 and has grown over the last 30 years to become one of the UK’s most experienced providers of employability services, skills training, rehabilitation support and community work placements. Seetec delivers personalised support to overcome barriers including long-term unemployment, low skills, family issues, substance misuse, health and housing.
Below are examples of Seetec's work with service users:
- supporting day-one prison leavers to overcome barriers to employment and enter sustainable jobs, delivered as a main contractor for the Department of Work and Pensions’ Work Programme
- a ‘Through-the-Gate’ service designed to reduce reoffending, a NOMS ESF Job Deal Programme
- Community Work Placement contracts delivered in five regions across the UK for the DWP including Contract Package Area 10 in Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
The company supports around 20,000 service users each year with the aim of helping them to aspire, achieve and make sustainable changes to their lives.